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Liverpool loan watch week 8: Morton, Bradley, Williams and more

How those away from Anfield got on.


Watching players develop on loan and assessing whether they are ready for the first team is one of the biggest things done at the top Premier League sides, but it can be hard to keep track of where all the hottest prospects are. Fortunately, we’ve done the hard work.

101 takes a look at how Liverpool’s on-loan stars got on. Bookmark 101Liverpool to stay across everything Reds.

Rhys Williams (Blackpool)

Williams picked up a shin injury over the international break that is expected to keep him sidelined until November.

Sepp van den Berg (Schalke)

Van den Berg suffered a nasty-looking ankle injury at the beginning of the second half of Schalke’s clash with Augsburg, which they went on to lose 3-2. The injury could rule him out for some time, with some fearing the worst.

“Sepp van den Berg is on the way to the hospital with a suspected ankle injury. We keep our fingers crossed for you, Sepp!”, Schalke tweeted from their official Twitter account.

Tyler Morton (Blackburn Rovers)

Morton played 90 minutes as Blackburn came through a tricky clash with Millwall with all three points thanks to goals from Tyrhys Dolan and Ben Brereton Diaz. Morton won 4 of his 7 duels and created a team-high three chances. The result leaves Blackburn in the Playoff places after a quarter of the season.

Conor Bradley (Bolton Wanderers)

Bradley played 90 minutes as he helped his side to a 2-0 win over Lincoln City.

James Balagizi (Crawley Town)

Balagizi missed the game with Stevenage due to international commitments.

Adam Lewis (Newport County)

Lewis grabbed an assist for Newport as they edged out Leyton Orient 2-1, while he also managed to win all three of his tackles and five of his 10 duels.

Leighton Clarkson (Aberdeen)

Clarkson served the second game of his two match ban for serious foul play.

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Ben Browning

Ben Browning

Football writer and analyst. Long-time writer of all things Arsenal and avid watcher of European football. Happy to discuss all things football over on Twitter.



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